Wesley College Construction Updates
Alumni circle was installed during the Fall of 2017, located on the College’s South Plaza. Alumni Circle is a chance for Wesley alumni to leave a lasting mark on campus for future generations of graduates to see. To learn more about the opportunity to participate visit here. More photos are available here.
During the Summer of 2017, Carpenter Hall received a complete renovation as well as new furniture.
View the progression of the Wesley Plazas (formerly referred to as the Streetscape Project), now completed.
The Streetscape Project converted sections of North Bradford, Fulton and Cecil Streets, which bisected the College grounds, into walkways, plazas and green space, creating a more pedestrian-friendly campus to enhance the collegiate environment.
Visit our Photobucket page to review progression of the project.
Johnston Hall Health Sciences Building
Wesley College received the title at no cost to the 36,000 square-foot J. Allen Frear Federal Building in 2012. Located at 300 South New Street, this approximately $10 million facility will serve Wesley as a top-notch educational center dedicated to an expanded nursing program and health sciences areas of study. Renovation took place during 2013 and the building officially opened for classes in January 2014.
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